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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 27, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for VOL W MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowons Neighbors frtu and CaiUd totcrutfena TM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 19M 7o a Copy Paper ContUls of Four SectionsSection NO 250000 children limbo n Living orphans being cared for in foster homes By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK UPI Home sweet genuine mom and pop as head of the house hold is out of the grasp of an evergrowing number of c h i 1 dren So says the Child Welfare League of America which esti mates there are 250000 children in the U S now living in foster homes that half of these will spend most of their young lives without homes of their own and that the number of children for whom foster care is becoming a permanent way of life grows each year The league includes these sta tistics in what it says is the first comprehensive study of Ameri can youngsters in foster care THE FIELD FOUNDATION fi nanced the study Dr Henry S Maas professor of social wel fare at the University of Cal ifornia at Berkeley and two ra search teams spent a year talk ing to social workers interview ing judges visiting courts and examining laws affecting chil dren The study covered the case histories of 4281 children in limbo in nine contrasting communities from coast to coast One was a homogenous white Protestant town another a city torn by differences in race and religion one community was rural another a bustling city of one million The researchers found that only two of every 10 foster chil dren are adoptable in the eyes of the law Only a fifth of these are adopted or returned to their parents And if the youngster lives away fromhis parents for more than 18 months the separ Had warned Rhee Ike Huh Chung new Korean president AP Phototax HUNTERKILLER SUB The USS Tullibee an atomicpowered submarine designed to hunt and kill enemy underwater craft is launched at Groton Conn The latest in the Navys stock of modern war hard ware was christened by Mrs John Davidson wife of an admiral Favored own discs New evidence againsf Clark WASHINGTON UPI House payola investigators were told Wednesday that disc jockey Dick Clark clearly and syste matically favored records in which he had a financial interest Will call election in Korea Rhee forced to resign SEOUL Korea Ml South Koreas acting president in stalled after civil rebellion toppled Syngman Rhee pledged limself Wednesday to political reforms He even aimed his new broom at what he called waste and mismanagement in the U S Koreanaid program Huh Chung named foreign minister by Rhee as the regime started to buckle under revolu tionary anger took over the powers of the presidency early Wednesday Huh and his Cab inet which thus far has only two other members will serve as a caretaker regime until a new president and vice presi dent are elected The Constitu tion requires this to be done ation usually length is indefinite in on his television shows The testimony came from Joseph Tryon economics and sta tistics teacher at Georgetown University who analyzed records played by Clark over a 28month period Tryon said his disinterested statistical study showed Clark played his own records longer and earlier than those in which he had no financial stake Furthermore Tryon said Clark played records in which he had a large Interest oftener within three months HUH 64 an independent poli tician and former premier called a news conference soon after Rhee fulfilling a promise FEW OF THE 4281 children studied iwere true orphans More than half were what the league called living orphans voluntarily over to so cial agencies by mothers or fa thers because of broken homes economic problems illness or psychological reasons Of the non adoptables the study found that some were too old most adopting parents want a child under four Or they were different of Negro Por tuguese Spanish or American Indian origin they were im perfect below average in in telligence or with serious phys ical defects or they were dif ficult Half of t h e children studied showed signs of emo tional disturbance The league said that although foster care often is a neces sary substitute it is rarely a satisfactory solution Institution N ews in a utshell than those with a lesser stake for him Robert W Lishman chief counsel for the investigating subcommittee cited the record 16 Candles as an example of how Clark boosted the popular ity of records in which he was interested Lishman said the record had a zero rating on the popularity scale compiled by Billboard trade magazine when a Clark firm acquired the copy right to the record By his incessant playing Clark assisted in driving it up to the No 2 spot Lishman said Clark acquired the copyright of the records by The Crests singing group about 18 months ago from George Paxton New York music publisher The rec ord was a major hit and sold 800000 copies Two other statisticians con curred with Tryons findings challenging a previous analysis vnaiicugiiig a picviuui dlldljsii al life in no way duplicates famindicating clark did not Dush his ilir jtrtrtrT ily living IT OFFERED several ways to help these children including Sufficiently high standards of public assistance particularly aid to dependent children so that youngsters are not forced into foster care Adequate housing particular ly for low income and racial minority groups Marital counseling services day care for children of work ing mothers and homemakcr services during family illness or other crisis A concerted community ef fort to find homes for children who are different racially physically or emotionally More trial adoptions with the placement of handicapped chil dren in foster homes where1 agencies pay medical and psy chiatric bills with the under standing that the home will be come permanent if the trial pe riod works out Subsidy of adoptive families for a limited time if they are willing to adopt children now with the prospect of higher in come in a few years Fair continued cool is forecast The mercury dropped to 30 de grees at Mason City and Sib ley Wednesday morning as cool weather continued in Iowa The Weather Bureau said chilly temperatures will last for a few more days with readings aver aging 1 to 9 degrees below nor for the next five days own records on show his television FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES An unidentified couple is being questioned in the knife slaying of Inez Ringgenberg 33 whose body was found along a country road north of here BANGKOK Thailand Missionary Dr Tom Dooley said My head says that I might not be able to come back to Southeast Asia but my heart tells me Ill be back in June Dooley recent ly underwent an opera tion for cancer and is to be in New York May 8 for further examinations to determine whether the operation completely ar rested the disease CHARLES CITY Willis Smith was 42 Tuesday and Justice of the Peace Sidney Curtis gave him a fine birth day present when he appeared on a reckless driving charge The fine was 825 and cost ITS SPRING AGAIN Some of the more than 1000 students at State University of Iowa who demonstrated over any number of causes parade with AP Photofax a sign reading Down with unfair hours This group was protesting the unfair hours dormitory girls now have to keep Crash near Spencer Mother sons among 4 dead Drop murder charge against Iowa woman i DES MOINES sec ond degree murder charge against Mrs Carl M Gustafson 37 was dropped Tuesday be cause officials said evidence showed that she shot her hus band last month in self defense SECOND CHILD SANTA MONICA Calif UPI Diana Lynn gave birth Tuesday to a boy the second child for her and radio execu tive Mortimer Hall WASHINGTON Air Force today ordered the Boeing Airplane Co to go ahead with design of a space ship It will be called Dyna Soar a winged glider to be boosted into orbit by a Titan missile SAN FRANCISCO Frances President Charles de Gaulle arrived by U S Air Force jet from New York for a twoday visit HUH CHUNG since South Korea became a re public 12 years ago He outlined this nations most important problems to be dealt with after healing the wounds inflicted by more than a week of bloody civil uprisings High on his list were the questions of relations with the United States and Japan I plan to establish proper measures to improve these rela tions as soon as possible and make particular efforts to car iry them out Huh said Frankly I think there is need to improve Understanding aetween the United States and Korea and bring about closer There are certain areas in relations between the nations where things should have been handled more proper ly The unsatisfactory areas Huh said are economic and military aid UNDER THE RHEE admin istration Huh added J think there was waste and misman agement The incumbent vice president John M Chang a rmember of the Democratic opposition re signed in protest last week The vice presidentelect Lee Jipoong was in hiding to escape he wrath of demonstrators who claimed his election March 15 was rigged A US Army SPENCER W Four per sons including a mother and her two small sons were killed in a twocar crash at a county road intersection four miles northeast of here Wednesday Dead were Mrs Max Wells 24 Spencer her sons Rod ney 3 and Mark 2 and Mrs Lei and Chamberlain 42 Langdon Another son of Mrs Terry 4 was in serious condition at a Spencer hos pital Sharon Chamberlain 17 a daughter of the dead woman was treated at thc hospital and released Mrs Wells husband who authorities said was driving escaped injury The crash occurred at an intersection described by highway patrolmen as a mile east of the junction of Highways 18 and 71 The Wells car was going west and the Chamberlain car south on graveled road s officers said The impact hurled the Wells car into a ditch and up against an embankment Thc lop was smashed down to hood levei The other car driven by Mrs Chamberlain slid sideways for more than 100 feet then flipped over on its top Des Moines area bank held up gunman flees Praises Koreans record New warning to Nikita OUK SERVICES WASHINGTON President Eisenhower revealed Wednes lay he had warned Korean President Syngman Rhee that trouble might come from re ported irregularities in last months South Korean elections But he denied any suggestion that tlie US had intervened in that countrys internal affairs Eisenhower paid high tribute to resigned Wednes a tremendous patriot who can truthfully be called the father of his country But ho said that as Rhee gresv older the Korean president had no doubt made some mistakes Eisenhower mentioned in this connection the irregularities in the balloting March 15 when Rhee was elected to a fourth term Rioting started soon there after Eisenhower said he still had every intention of making his scheduled Jhune 22 visit to South Korea At his first news conference in a month Eisenhower dealt also with these other matters said never will attend any summit conference under a threat or ul timatum by Soviet Premier Ni kita Khrushchev regarding the future of West Berlin The Pres ident made thai remark in com menting on Khrushchevs asser tion earlier this week that the Western Allies will lose all rights of access to that divided city if the Soviet Union sgins a sepa rate peace treaty with East Germany Eisenhower discounted any dea that Khrushchev was mak ng a serious threat But if the Kremlin leader did mean it se riously the President went on ie wanted to make it perfectly clear that he never would attend he summit conference to be held in Paris next month under the threat of any ultimatum T DES MOINLS A SAME DATE UOWA Maximum Minimum SAKKll DETARTMENT FIGURES Blick Flic Meant Traffie Death l spokesman denied a report Lee Maximum lad taken refuge at the US Minimum 3ase at Inchon j At 8 am Huh told his news conference YEAR AGO lie would accept the resignation of South Koreas ambassador to the United States You Chan Yang and that of the ambassa dor to Japan Yiu TaiHa Rhee now in solitude in the presidential mansion and ready to move back into a private house leaves behind a 65year fight for Korean independence and a record of 12 years of auto cratic rule over the nation which finally became free in 1948 North Iowa Increasing cloudi ness Wednesday night Mostly cloudy Thursday Not much change in temperature Low Wednesday night in 30s High Thursday mostly in 50s FiveDay Iowa Temperature will average 7 to 9 degree below normal Wednesday night through next Monday Only minor daily temperaluri changes are expected unli some warming occurs abou Sunday Afternoon highs will be from the upper 50s in the north to the lower 60s in the south Overnight lows will be from the upper 30s in the north to the lower 40s in the south Showers are likely Fri day and again about Sunday or Monday averaging 25 to 50 of an inch in rainfall Minnesota Continued cool Highs Thursday 4555 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday gunman held up a branch bank in suburban Windsor Heights Wednesday and escaped in a car which had no license plates An employe of the Windsor Heights branch of the Bankers Trust Co said the loss might run to However the manager Charles Williams said it was impossible to deter mine immediately how much was taken and that he expected the loss to be relatively light An audit was under way to Eisenhower said expects it will not be necessary for Vice President Richard M Nixon lo take over for him and r represent the United States at lone find out how much was missing part of thc summit meeting in ef ttri f j rr I he White House announced just walked in pointed a nickelpiated revolver at us and told the teller Okay sister stick em up Williams said Then he told her to clean out thc cash drawers and she did He put the money in a leather satchel and ran outside to his parked car I ran to the door but he didnt have any license plates on his car so that didnt help Thc gunman fled in a two tone gray and brown Ford 60 30 39 53 40 On the inside ft Editorials Page 4 Clear Lake Society News 1617 Sports 1920 j North Iowa News24 Mason City News3031 Comics 32 AP Photofas MEDICAL AWARDS Iowa State Medical Societys annual awards are received by left to Dr Bierring Des Moines for outstanding contributions to medicine W W Summerwill Iowa City standing in for his ill father Ben honored for similar work Otto Pfaff Fort Dodge and Guy Hinkley Eagle Grove representing the Friendship Haven Home for the aged at Fort Dodge Tuesday that Nixon will repre sent the President at the con erencc if domestic problems make it necessary for Eisenr lower to return to this country Before the meeting ends Ex gaining that decision Eisen lower noted that Congress will e in session during the mit session starting May 16 There will be important bills jcfore Congress Eisenhower went on and some could re quire his attention in Washing ton He mentioned specifically the possibility that he might want to veto some measures Some legislation he remarked requires the deepest study and daily personal consultation with his aides was fully prepared for a request he got for comment on what a re porter called the injection of the religious issue into presi dential primary campaigns The President whipped a sheet of paper from his pocket and said he wanted to quote rom two sections of the Con stitution He first read from Article VI specifying that there shall be no religious test as a qualification for office Then he read from the Bill of Rights the part saying that Congress shall make no law prohibiting the exercise of religious free dom Eisenhower thus left no doubt that he feels a religious issue has no part in the campaign But he said the Constitution puts it much better that bt possibly could   

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